Articles on Christians and Muslims

Christians and Muslims united ‘as one hand’ in Egypt!

This is a beautiful video from #MyJihad. The setting is Cairo, Egypt.  Imam Mazhar Shaheen from Omar Makram Mosque attends the Qasr El-Dobara church for Christmas, along with a goodly number of his own congregation. The testimony of Imam Mazhar is that the experience of standing alongside each other in the battle for a new …

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Kenyan Christians and Muslims Help Fire Victims

Against the backdrop of a recent fire in Kenya’s Embu county, which destroyed the property of 17 families, a joint Christian-Muslim congregation prayed together and held a fundraiser for those affected by the local disaster. This was an encouraging thing to take place ahead of the country’s general elections. AllAfrica.com reports: [Manyatta MP] Kathuri said the …

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Sarajevo Multi-Faith Efforts

Bosnia was the scene of the worst atrocities committed in Europe since the second World War, so it was encouraging to see local leaders of Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Muslim and Jewish communities recently make a joint call for peace between their respective communities. Serb Orthodox Church Patriarch Irinej announced to several thousand people at an annual …

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Chris Hedges

What Is Happening to Muslims Will Happen to the Rest of Us!

God bless you, Chris Hedges, for writing this article, though it puts a knot in my stomach! We Australians are familiar with these barbarities too! My beloved friend, Sheikh Mansour, was deported without trial from this country and thus denied his fundamental right to habeas corpus (see savethesheikh.com for details). As Hedges says, the issue …

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“The West Needs to Better Understand Islam” – Retired Nuncio

Lebanese Archbishop Speaks of Solutions in the Middle East ROME, APRIL 20, 2012 (Zenit.org).- Born in the mountains of Lebanon in a small village called Akoura, Archbishop Paul-Mounged El-Hachem was appointed in 2005 the Apostolic Nuncio of Yemen, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates and Apostolic Delegate in Arabia, which includes Saudi Arabia and Oman. …

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